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Historic: a man of solid foundations The remarkable career of scientist, philanthropist and Freemason, Henry S. Wellcome, is revealed by Yasha Beresiner Henry Solomon Wellcome (1853–1936) was a remarkable man with many facets to his complex…
On a cold February morning in 1940 I was born the fourth child of a Regimental Sergeant-Major stationed at Catterick camp in Yorkshire. He was also a life-long Salvationist. He became a Freemason many years…

Cheshire Ladies Circle

Sunday, 01 April 2007
There is an important role for women in Freemasonry as one Cheshire group has shown Bridgegate Lodge No. 5961 in the Province of Cheshire was consecrated in 1944, meets at the Masonic Hall, Cheshire View,…
Special events: the full 'Monty' at Grand Lodge Freemasons' Hall continues to attract major commercial events, as Karen Haigh explains Among recent star events that have taken place at Freemasons’ Hall (FMH) is Spamalot –…
Freemasonry is now receiving much better media coverage, as John Hamill reveals In 1985, when Freemasonry seemed to be constantly under attack in the media, the writer and journalist Bernard Levin wrote two very supportive…
They key role played by John Knight in the Royal Arch in Cornwall is outlined by John Mandleberg For speculative Freemasons, times have always been a-changin’, and the erection of the Premier Grand Lodge by…
Freemasonry is not a religion, but a society of religious men, says Ernest Smart Some time ago I was asked whether, as a Christian minister, I found any conflict between my faith and my membership…
Croydon Freemason Cyril Spackman was a man of many talents, including winning the design competition for the Hall Stone Jewel, as Alan Chard explains At a special meeting of Grand Lodge in June 1919, the…
Henry Sadler was a great Victorian Mason to whom Masonic researchers owe a great deal, says David Peabody Masonic historians are familiar with the name of Henry Sadler, but many brethren of today are unaware…
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